This user-friendly guide will help the clinician develop Cognitive-Behavioral treatment plans for 11 common psychological disorders (e.g., major depressive disorder, generalized anxiety, borderline personality disorder, anger problems). Based on a problem-solving model and empirical literature, the authors focus on two major clinical tasks involved in this process: case formulation and treatment design. They delineate short-term goals, long-term goals, treatment targets, and potential interventions. Appendices include ""quick guides to CBT treatment planning"" for the 11 disorders and selected major CBT clinical intervention strategies noted throughout the book.
Section I / From Case Formulation to Treatment Planning: Using a Problem-Solving Model / One Size Fits All: The Cognitive Behavior Therapist as Problem Solver / Applying the Problem-Solving Model to Cognitive-Behavioral Case Formulation / Applying the Problem-Solving Model to Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment Design / How to Use this Outpatient Treatment Guidebook Section II / Specific Disorders and Problems / Depression / Specific Phobia / Panic Disorder and Agoraphobia / Generalized Anxiety / Social Anxiety / Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder / Post-traumatic Stress Disorder / Borderline Personality Disorder / Male Erectile Disorder / Couple Distress / Anger Problems Appendices / Quick Guides to Treatment Design / Descriptions of CBT Treatment Strategies